Elizabeth Gabbard

F, #1302, b. 15 May 1884, d. 1971
FatherSilas Miller Gabbard b. 18 Jan 1849, d. Jun 1928
MotherRebecca Flannery b. 10 Dec 1852, d. 14 Apr 1888
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Kellie Sue Thompson
ChartsGabbard Descendants
     Elizabeth Gabbard was born on 15 May 1884 at Delaney, Madison, Arkansas. She was the daughter of Silas Miller Gabbard and Rebecca Flannery. Elizabeth Gabbard married George Washington Stout on 12 July 1898. Elizabeth Gabbard died in 1971 at a nursing home, Commerce, Oklahoma. She was buried in 1971 at Baxter Cemetery, Baxter Springs, Kansas.
Elizabeth Gabbard's obituary was published in 1971 . Julia Stern, Janie Epperly, Pauline West, Flossie Mossman and Cordie Grube were listed as survivors in the obituary. George Washington Stout, Silas Miller Gabbard and Rebecca Gabbard preceded Elizabeth Gabbard death.

Elizabeth Stout

Quapaw, Okla. - Mrs. Elizabeth Stout, 87, of Quapaw, Okla. died Tuesday at a nursing home in Commerce, Okla. She was born May 15, 1884 in Delaney, Ark., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Gabbard. She had lived in Quapaw since 1938 and moved there from Gentry, was a member of the First Baptist Church and the widow of George Stout.

She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Julia Stern of Modesto, Calif., Mrs. Janie Epperly of Fayetteville, Mrs. Flossie Mossman of Blue Springs, Mo., Mrs. Cordie Grube of Quapaw, Okla. and Mrs. Pauline West of Kansas City, Mo.; 15 grandchildren 20 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral service was scheduled at 1 p.m. today at the Quapaw First Baptist Church with burial, under direction of the Thomas Funeral Home of Pritchard, Okla. in the Baxter Cemetery at Baxter Springs, Kan.
Photograph by Kellie S Thompson
ELIZABETH STOUT Qiiapaw, Okla. -- Mrs; Ellza- oth Stout, 87, of Quap'aw, Okla. led Tuesday at a nursing home n Commerce, Okla. She was oi'n May 15, 1884 in'Delaney, rk., the daughter of Mr. and rs., Silas Gabbard.-She had ved in Qiiapaw since 1938 and noved there from Gentry, was member of the First Baptist ·hurch and the widow of George tOUt.. : . . She !£'survived by five 'daugh- ers, Mrs/ Julia Stern of Modes- 6, Calif.', Mrs. Janie'Epperly of ""ayettevi'le, Mrs. Flossie Moss- la n of Blue Springs, Mp.,' Mrs. ordie Grube of Quapaw, Okla. nd Mrs. Pauline West of Kanas Kanas City, Mo.; 15 grandchildren 0 great-grandchildren and five reat-great-grandchildren. Funeral service was schedul- d at I p.m. today at the aw First Baptist Church urial, under direction of the h o m a s Funeral Home 'ritchard,- Okla. in. the Baxter emetery st' Baxter Springs, Can. OCIE SMITH Mrs.- Ocie Smith, wife of mith, died Aug. 11 at a ee, Okla., hospital. Funeral ervices will be.conducted ·day' at 2 p.' m., at the Church near Fayetteville, with ial in the McCord cemetery vilh the Lescher Funeral I Muskogee in charge. . A member of the Church Christ, Mrs. Smith was 53, naive of Hazel Valley. She is survived in addition ier husband by a son, Jmith of Muskogee;.a daughter,

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     Elizabeth Gabbard was a witness The Stout Family Bible was purchased and inscribed by Jonathan Stout:

This book was bought at Boones Grove Washington County Arkansas price one dollar and fifty cents and when this you see Remember Me
Jonathan Stout.
Jonothan Stout Bible Births Page
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Jonothan Stout Bible Intro Page
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Her mother Rebecca Flannery died on 14 April 1888. As of 12 July 1898,her married name was Stout. Her mother Silas Miller Gabbard died in June 1928.
Elizabeth Stout of Quapaw, Oklahoma was listed in Sarah Lydia Stout's obituary on 30 October 1947 as a surviving sister (Mrs. G.W. Stout).
Well Known Kingston Lady Died October 22

Mrs. Sarah Lydia Stout, age 67, well known and respected resident of Kingston, died Oct 22, 1947, at 2:30 a.m. after a long illness. She was born the daughter of Silas Gabbard and Rebecca Flanery-Gabbard on April 15, 1880. Her parents were both natives of Tennessee. A native and lifelong resident of Madison county, she had been a member of the Church of Christ for many years. She was married to J. B. Stout on April 25, 1895.

The deceased is survived by her husband; five sons, Clyde of Plunketville, Okla., Oscar, of Shoshone, Idaho; Ray of Bakersfield, Calif., Claud and Clifford of Kingston; two daughters, Mrs. Millie Doss, of the Rockhouse community; and Mabel Stout of Kingston; a grand daughter whom she raised, Mrs. Arnold Yingst of Sunnyside, Calif; two sisters, Mrs. G. T. Carter, Cushing, Okla., and Mrs. G.W. Stout, Quapaw, Okla., also by 12 grand children and 5 great grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted at the graveside by the Rev. Dan Slaven and Rev. Den Montgomery on Friday, October 24. Burial was in the Kingston cemetery with Brashears Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

[Note a poem follows this paragraph but my photo of this page of clippings has a glare spot and I can't read the poem well so I am not transcribing the poem.]

From Book U of Clippings in the Madison County Genealogy Library, Huntsville, Madison, Arkansas photographed in March 2011 by Kellie S. Thompson.